Cuckoo is a Casual, 2-level spot for arcade games & bar drinks, plus a nightclub with contemporary & rock music. Ping pong games, air hockey, pool tables, pinball machines, and arcade oldies are available at Cuckoo. Are you looking for inexpensive cocktails in Belfast, unusual dating, or a laid-back birthday? This location is likely to contain every unusual activity you could want. Do you prefer your beverages with a side of gaming? Cuckoo has ping pong, air hockey, pool tables, pinball machines, and arcade games ranging from Mario Kart and Guitar Hero to Sega Rally and Time Crisis 3. The Lisburn Road hotspot, spread across two stories, is a center for exciting evenings out and clubbing, with a modern and rock music soundtrack.
When you’re not playing old games or screaming out songs at karaoke, the bar and nightclub offer a variety of beverages to keep you satiated. Choose from mixers, shared drinks, and jam jar cocktails inspired by legendary characters such as Harley Quinn. Welcome to Cuckoo. They are a bar and nightclub situated on Lisburn Road in south Belfast. They are now open six days a week (see listings for specific times). They offer a range of entertainment from pub quizzes to club nights. Their venue plays a wide range of music, and they have a large selection of Jam Jar drinks, sharing cocktails, and mocktails to keep you going all night! But going to Cuckoo is about so much more than cocktails and dancing. They have a 9D VR Pod, a full arcade with games like Mario Kart or the famous DDR Machine.
They feature a pool table upstairs and a private rental Karaoke lounge that can seat up to fifteen people! Cuckoo is a beautiful area if you’re young or feel youthful—three levels of live music, arcade games, and dancing. I was brought here by a family from the states in 2012 and just visited again. Drinks are reasonably priced. Great ambiance, and the staff is friendly. The jam jar drinks are fantastic, and there are frequent specials. It is a must-see if you haven’t been here already. If you haven’t already, you should go. Having just relocated to Belfast, I was delighted to discover this unusual bar at the top of my street. It was recently restored and outfitted with a few old games, free comic books, and a ping pong and pool table—such an appreciable service.